Get Your Priorities Straight Before Marketing Information
Old habits can literally cripple an information marketing business before it gets off the starting block. I have ‘em, you have ‘em, we all have old, ingrained habits that haunt us, whether we recognize them or not. Basically, there’s no sense in dragging old, crippling habits into the future, is there? It’s time to get your priorities straight before marketing information.
Jonas Ellison says it well, so I’ll quote his book review (The Impact Equation by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith) and essay on choosing a new habit for success:
“Picking yourself takes work. What does ‘picking yourself’ even mean? Well, first, you have to take a look at yourself. What’s your passion? Your talent? What do you have to offer the world? Personally. Maybe it’s juggling chainsaws. Maybe it’s teaching math. Maybe it’s a different way of looking at things. Whatever it is, we are now living in a time where, with an internet connection, you can take that and share it with millions of people.“
Sounds like a recipe for marketing information, doesn’t it? Picking a topic to build an information product happens after you first pick yourself. In a rational, logical and very practical way, it means stepping back from your career or your job and looking closely at how you are building wealth.
Investing in real estate has always been the most reliable way to build wealth, but the sluggish economy has devastated property values for investors and homeowners over the last few years. Fortunately, information marketing is viable and growing. Pick yourself, pick your topic and get started building wealth by marketing information now.